Red indicates a 6A title. Green is a second place finish in 6A.
VOLLEYBALL: THS finished the season 12-16 and 2-5 in division.
S-P SOFTBALL: Tupelo (15-8-1) captured a division title but lost in the 1st Round to Columbus.
FOOTBALL: THS (13-2) earned a trip to Jackson for the first time since 1992 but lost 14-7 to Oak Grove.
XC: Both teams swept 6A state titles. Since 2001, the girls have won 12 while the boys have 11. Both programs have 33 trophies in their history.
SWIM: Both teams swept Class II state titles. The boys won their seventh consecutive while the girls won their third-straight. Both squads won every meet in 2013.
CHEER: Coed won their third-straight Small Varsity Coed state championship. They later finished ninth at Nationals in Orlando, FL.
BASKETBALL: Girls (26-3) won a division title but lost to Olive Branch in the 1st Round. Boys finished their season 19-11 with a loss to Horn Lake in the 1st Round.
SOCCER: Boys (12-3-2) won division but lost in the 1st Round at Northeast Rankin. The girls (15-3), who also won division, lost in North Half at Madison Central.
BOWLING: Both teams swept Class II state titles. The boys finished 15-0-1), girls were 14-0-1.
POWERLIFTING: Boys won a division title and Otis Wilson won his 6A weight class. THS individual girls also competed in Jackson.
BASEBALL: THS (24-10) won division but lost to DeSoto Central in North Half.
F-P SOFTBALL: THS ended the season 8-18.
*TENNIS: THS (12-4) won division but lost to Madison Central in North Half. The team did qualify 11 out of 12 players for state, and *finished No. 1 and No. 2 in 6A boys doubles.
GOLF: THS girls claimed a division title and finish third in 6A. The boys finished 2nd in Jackson.
ARCHERY: THS finished third in 6A for the second-straight season.
TRACK: Both boys and girls captured division titles. Boys went on to finish second in 6A, girls went 10th.
Jackson’s Clarion-Ledger will release their annual All-Sports Award in mid-June. THS has won the overall award 18 times since 1987. The Golden Wave claimed points in 20 of MHSAA’s 22 sports. Madison Central, who captured the title in 2013, has won it eight times.